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    Julia is surely quite fast for what it does, yet,...

    Julia is surely quite fast for what it does, yet, the compilers of the AOT-compiled languages in the comparison, namely gfortran and go, are not known to output fast code. We have a lot of fortran...
  2. Huh? When did that announcement happen?

    Huh? When did that announcement happen?
  3. That's because Gentoo installs sysvinit and...

    That's because Gentoo installs sysvinit and openrc side by side and you can't really remove openrc (and thus sysvinit) on a (stable) systemd-only system. AFAIK gentoo doesn't use systemd's sysvinit...
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    Elder kernels will probably be supported by...

    Elder kernels will probably be supported by building an out-of-tree module, as for the catalyst or nvidia driver...
  5. The last time I checked, it was dead or at least...

    The last time I checked, it was dead or at least dormant.
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    Cool, another programming language! Just what we...

    Cool, another programming language! Just what we all were waiting for ;)
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    systemd PID 1 *IS* optional for recent versions...

    systemd PID 1 *IS* optional for recent versions of udev...
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    Rust being slow is simply not true. Have a look...

    Rust being slow is simply not true. Have a look at the language shootout : http://benchmarksgame.alioth.debian.org/u64/rust.php

    It's about as fast as gcc compiled C and I highly doubt that D is...
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    Isn't D garbage collected? In that case, it will...

    Isn't D garbage collected? In that case, it will probably never be a real C/C++ replacement, at least not for very low level stuff.
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    It mostly worked, the last time I tried it. When...

    It mostly worked, the last time I tried it. When GNOME 3.16 is out, I might actually use Wayland by default.
  11. There is a (toy) kernel written in rust and...

    There is a (toy) kernel written in rust and somebody even used it for micro controllers.
  12. Yeah, sure it is. The only thing that...

    Yeah, sure it is.



    The only thing that happend to udev was moving the code into systemd's repository. There is still no runtime dependency on systemd (as PID 1).
  13. Again this Red Hat guys forcing people to run...

    Again this Red Hat guys forcing people to run their software on new architectures!!!11.... Oh wait! :D
  14. Wow, Catalyst is really good for those non SI...

    Wow, Catalyst is really good for those non SI cards! Even better than comparable NVidia cards. I wonder if they can do the same magic for the recent cards!
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    Gathering experts doesn't seem like the worst...

    Gathering experts doesn't seem like the worst idea...
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    If possible, please don't use flash ads on the...

    If possible, please don't use flash ads on the mobile page. They are especially annoying there.
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    If it is going to be ported, then probably as...

    If it is going to be ported, then probably as some kind of weston plugin, as weston (or any wayland compositor) does so much more than a window manager.
  18. I agree with most of what you wrote, but please...

    I agree with most of what you wrote, but please don't make things up, yourself. systemd does a lot of stuff, however, it does not tie the device manager (udev) to the init system. Udev is developed...
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    ,The article is from 2011. And being a first...

    ,The article is from 2011. And being a first attempt on getting numbers, they are a bit fishy - as explained in the past on why compiz is slow. Then, actually it's a good thing that composing...
  20. Sure it does fix issues. It allows e.g. the...

    Sure it does fix issues. It allows e.g. the secure transmission of data through the bus without copying it.

    You couldn't do that with DBUS and you surely can't do that with plain sockets.
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